August 19, 1918, the steamship Cushing, owned by the petitioner, Standard Oil Company, and the Proteus, owned by the respondent, Southern Pacific Company, and operated by the Director General of Railroads, collided. The Proteus and her cargo were lost. Petitioner and respondents filed their petitions for limitation of liability. R.S. §§ 4283-4285. Admiralty...
STANDARD OIL CO. v. SO. PACIFIC CO.
268 U.S. 146 (1925)
STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF NEW JERSEY v. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY AND JAMES C. DAVIS, DIRECTOR GENERAL OF RAILROADS.
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Argued January 19, 1925.
Decided April 20, 1925.
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